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The Eyes Have It

Beall Brewery Insurance reports that, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, each day about 2,000 US workers sustain work-related eye injuries requiring medical treatment. Eye injury has resulted in more than $300 million in lost time, medical expenses, and workers compensation, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Read More…

Crafting Your Brewery Business Plan

Your brewery may have its roots in your passion for craft beer, but in order to succeed as a business, you’re going to need more than that: you’re going to need a strong (and flexible) brewery business plan. Read More…

The Year in Craft Beer (2018)

It’s that time of year! As the craft beer industry looks ahead to a new year filled with new beer, new breweries, and new growth, Beall Brewery Insurance takes a look back at the year in craft beer. Read More…

Resolve to Focus on Your Brewery Equipment

Your brewery equipment is at the heart of your operation. After all, without your equipment, you wouldn’t be able to bottle or label your product—or to brew it in the first place!

It’s not news that equipment maintenance is far from the most enjoyable task you have on your to-do list. But it’s also not news that maintenance is the key to preventing expensive repairs—and delays in production. So why not make a New Year’s resolution to focus on doing everything possible to keep that equipment running smoothly? Read More…

Resolve to Focus on Brewery Worker Safety

Your brewery’s workers are your greatest asset.

They are the people who keep the business up and running. Your team allows you to brew beer, to manage your inventory, to serve customers, and to grow the business.

So in 2019, why not make a New Year’s resolution to focus on their safety? After all, safe employees are secure employees… and happy employees. And that can only be good for your brewery. Read More…

Fraud Prevention for Your Brewery

Beall Brewery Insurance reports that organizations worldwide lose an estimated 5 percent of their annual revenues to fraud, according to the 2016 ACFE Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse. The median loss for small businesses (with fewer than 100 employees) is $200,000.

In fact, small businesses can be more vulnerable to occupational crime and employee theft than larger companies. Read More…